A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Emphasizes the importance of hard work and family support -- though sometimes personal issues get in the way of both.
Positive Role Models
While young and at times inexperienced, Jazmin is a hard worker with a strong professional ethic. Susan sometimes has a hard time separating her role as Jazmin’s mother and as her business manager, but overall she means well.
Violence & Scariness
Some mild arguing, often between Jazmin and her mother.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some mild sexual innuendo. Fashion shows sometimes feature women in skin-revealing outfits; male models are often seen with bare torsos.
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Words like “hell” are audible.
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Products & Purchases
The series is a clear promotional vehicle for Jazmin and her clothing line, Li Cari.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Liquor (cocktails, champagne) is served at fashion events.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that overall, this reality series about a young L.A. fashion designer is pretty mild -- especially for MTV. It focuses a lot on family relationships, hard work, and professionalism. That said, expect some tense moments and mild arguing, especially between Jazmin and her mother, who's also her business manager. Alcohol is served at fashion events (where you may also see some scantily clad models), and there's occasional strong language.
Is It Any Good?
By looking through the eyes of a likable young woman just starting out in the business, the show offers a fairly fresh glimpse into the kind of work that goes into fashion and clothing design. It also shows some of the business' less glamorous side, including the effort of planning just a single fashion event and the kinds of pressures that designers face when attempting to promote their label.
While the series lacks some of the drama of fashion-themed reality competitions offer, it still highlights some behind-the-runway energy. And the unique family dynamics create some humor as well as tension, especially when Susan blurs the line between mother and business manager. Bottom line? House of Jazmin will definitely appeal to young fashion hopefuls, and it's not too MTV-edgy for them to watch.
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